LOGANSPORT PUBLIC Fashions ,—f v> Girls pictured, employed in various secretarial positions, are shown modeling clothes for work, special occasions, and for casual wear. • Miss Joan Hively, upper left is modeling a black winter cotton designed with push-up sleeves, a large "mock" roll collar and a softly gathered full skirt. Miss Carol Hammond, middle left, is in sporting attire with her dark plaid slacks and pastel slip-over and cardigan. Miss Carol Sue Lebo, bottom left, is attired in casual wear with her pocketed straight skirt and soft white sweater. Middle" bottom, is Joanne Snider modeling a woolen straight skirt, moderate heels and a silken blouse with elbow length sleeves. ' ... • -»,. V i i, Pat Wolf is in skirt and sweater, and complements her attire with black " Barbara^mith, upper right, is in a sweater "knit suit of maroon. Knit suits are appealing both for office and" evening wear. Miss Patsy Shelhart, middle right, is shown in a dress crafted of velvet highlighted with a white.pearlized collar. • ^/ Strictly for special occasions. Miss Shelhart completes her - _ -' attire with a petite feathered hat, and purse and gloves of black. ' '. •' Miss Virginia Roll is shown modeling a black wool jumper with a white short sleeved blouse. Sally Hunter displays the plaid lining of her tweed coat. She is shown in a charcoal dress. Rosic Caldwell is wearing toreador pants of velveteen with a cardigan sweater, perfect for those "dress-up" sporting occasions.
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